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Lucas Shen 3/4/2016
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This is the designer working to highlight the active engagement with those systems. This is the alternative to the unexamined traditions of User-Centric Design, which renders these systems as either opaque or invisible.
unexamined traditions of User-Centric Design, which renders these systems as either opaque or invisible.
from center to participant, this reminds me the process that we thought the earth is the center of universe, the we gradually realized it’s not. Now we start to understand that user experience is one experience but maybe should not be the center anymore because beside our feelings, how we interact with the environment, the context is equally important.
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Kevin Slavin 3/13/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
well stated, thx. We talk about copernican shifts in some other things we’re working on around neuroscience and AI, but I think it’s right to think about these kinds of frameworks at every scale.